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Vasopressor and Inotrope Use in Canadian Emergency Departments: Evidence Based Consensus Guidelines

  • Dennis Djogovic (a1) (a2), Shavaun MacDonald (a2), Andrea Wensel (a2), Rob Green (a3) (a4), Osama Loubani (a3), Patrick Archambault (a5) (a6), Simon Bordeleau (a5), David Messenger (a7), Adam Szulewski (a7), Jon Davidow (a1) (a2), Janeva Kircher (a2), Sara Gray (a8), Katherine Smith (a2), James Lee (a2), Jean Marc Benoit and Dan Howes (a7)...

Abstract

Patients may present to Emergency Departments (ED) in shock for various reasons. Emergency medicine physicians may require the use of vasopressors or inotropes to manage these patients. The Critical Care Practice Committee of the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (C4) conducted an intensive literature search and guideline development process to help create an evidence based approach for use of these agents in the stabilization of shock.

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Corresponding author

Correspondence to: Dennis Djogovic, Room 2-124 Clinical Sciences Building Edmonton, AB, Canada, T6G 2B7; Telephone: (780) 492-8311; Fax: (780) 492-1500; E-mail: djogovic@ualberta.ca.

Vasopressor and Inotrope Use in Canadian Emergency Departments: Evidence Based Consensus Guidelines

  • Dennis Djogovic (a1) (a2), Shavaun MacDonald (a2), Andrea Wensel (a2), Rob Green (a3) (a4), Osama Loubani (a3), Patrick Archambault (a5) (a6), Simon Bordeleau (a5), David Messenger (a7), Adam Szulewski (a7), Jon Davidow (a1) (a2), Janeva Kircher (a2), Sara Gray (a8), Katherine Smith (a2), James Lee (a2), Jean Marc Benoit and Dan Howes (a7)...

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